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Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"On one Police Department on the other Alright, last night's protest was more subdued Curfew went into effect at 11 P.m. after violence erupted the night before, when police arrested dozens, deploying chemical irritants against a crowd they say tried to breach the barrier. A former police officer who shot dead Dante right, faces second degree manslaughter charges in nearby Minneapolis. Closing arguments begin tomorrow in Derrick Show Van's murder trial. Another former police officer charged with killing another black man, George Floyd, Amy held NPR news. In Kenosha, Wisconsin. Three people are dead and two are seriously injured. After a shooting at a bar early this morning, Rob Mensur of Wisconsin public radio reports. Police are still searching for the shooter. Shooting happened shortly before one a.m. at a bar popular with college students in the area. At a press conference, Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said the suspect had been removed from the bar earlier in the evening. He wasn't cooperating with the management. There s O exactly what he did. I can't tell you but I believe you returned a short time later came in and did the shootings. Beth said police are still working to identify the victims. The shooting in Kenosha comes just days after a gunman in Indianapolis killed eight people at a FedEx warehouse for NPR news. I'm Rob Mensur in Wasilla, Wisconsin. This is NPR. The State Department is ordering non essential embassy staff in Chad to leave the country is rebel fighters approach the capital N'Djamena. Chad is a staunch U. S ally in the fight against Islamist militants and early election results show President Idriss Deby is likely to extend his three decade long rule. Arkansas Republican governor says he's forming a political action committee to help reshape his party. Daniel Green of member station K U A, R and Little Rock reports the move Could signal a possible run for the presidency governor is a Hutchinson has clashed with former President Trump, who called him a quote lightweight after the governor said he wouldn't support another trump presidential bid. Now, Hutchinson, seen by many as a classical Reagan era conservative, says he's forming a pack called America strong and free, focused on fundraising and supporting Republican candidates. Speaking with talk business dot net, Hutchinson said he hopes to serve as a national voice of the party upon leaving office next year. Spending too much money. We're over regulating. There's a lot of pushback, and I think it's important for me to be the balance voice. Hutchinson is barred by term limits from running for governor again, but did not say whether this lays the groundwork for a possible run for president for NPR News on Donald Green and Little Rock. Canada's Ontario province is retracting Covad restrictions that allowed police to demand anyone not at home explain why they took effect yesterday but faced backlash. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Vital Projects Fund supporting the Museum of Modern Art, where a career spanning survey of Alexander Calder's art is now on view in the galleries and sculpture garden. Time. Two tickets available at MoMA dot orc. Attention, music lovers and food lovers That's gonna cover everybody write some folks twice. I'm and lit and I'm.
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"Lineup is set for. This year's europa league semifinals manchester united company through after beating granada to now adowa traffic. They will face roma who will need to sweat. Against i ask me while the other semifinal we'll see very outface under the most impressive performance we sold today also away from home thrashing slavia prague alamein first on the show tonight. I'll favorites Emas convention also with four zero force roma at six to one game. All culture with us don't hutchinson and shocked salt as
Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Gunman and the deadly Indianapolis FedEx facility Mass shooting. Authorities say suspect Brandon whole had two assault rifles with him during the attack both purchased legally. They also confirm his mother turned him into the local police and the FBI last year, fearing he would commit suicide by cop. Instead, he killed eight victims. Thursday. Indianapolis Community leaders surrounded by victim's family members lit candles in a park May Ze Great Congressman Andre Carson, Indiana Democrats, common sense gun safety reforms and we won't rest until they become law. That includes getting assault weapons out of civilian hands. The 19 year old shooter Brandon whole who killed himself bought his guns legally. Police say his family issuing a statement with an apology, saying they tried to get Brandon the help he needed. Chuck's Iverson ABC News, seventh night of protests last night in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota over the police shooting death of Dante right, More arrests were made either due to Corona. By Kirk curfew violations. Or violence. Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson with a warning for those who plan to cause violence, please stay peaceful. The people who are intent on causing harm. Gonna find yourself where you are tonight, then back and then becoming Joe. This was after authorities say a peaceful demonstration turned violent with people hurling glass bottles at officers. A curfew was ordered in pepper cannons were used to disperse the crowd. Margaret Malard ABC NEWS Minneapolis in New York City, a driver pulled over for running a red light is accused of throwing a chemical and one officer than driving off and tossing a Molotov cocktail at others. Charges, depending against the 44 year old officers involved, not injured and Justin There's been a shooting at a bar and grill in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Wisconsin sheriff's officials offering few details more as we get it. You're listening to ABC news. Paid for by government dot com. Have you heard a recent stash.
"hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Joe biden himself has said that he's wide open on how big it would be on. What the corporate tax rate would be for mansion saying it should be twenty-five percent. They said they thought that was a good starting point in the conversations i've had with them and the deadline for this chuck. I'm told is by august recess. Oh four months. We're going to be talking about this for quite a while it's interesting. I remember when the deadline was july. Fourth it's already moved a month arguably which i think it was inevitable that it would move a bit when we come back. A republican governor finds himself on the wrong side of his own. Party's culture war. Arkansas is asia. hutchinson joins me now. A welcome back. One of the weapons. Republicans are using with an eye towards retaking powers to tar democrats on a number of cultural issues but sometimes republicans get caught in that. Crossfire when arkansas governor. Asa hutchinson vetoed a bill that would ban gender affirming treatments for transgender youth. The state's veto proof. Republican majorities in the house and senate overrode his veto by substantial margins and washington. Post op. ed last week hutchinson wrote. I'm being attacked by some of my republican colleagues for not being pure enough on social issues and for vetoing a bill that limited access to healthcare for transgender youth governor. Hutchinson joins me now governor. Welcome back to meet the press. I'm curious this was the third bill targeting transgender youth in some form in the issue in some form that had passed the legislature. Did you veto this third bill because of the specifics of the bill or was this or how much of it was enough already with these bills. That seem to be in search of of a of a problem that didn't exist. Each bill has to stand on. Its own i signed to that. I thought made sense was girls in sports Trying to protect women's sports the other one was Supporting medical conscience. That doctors can claim conscience reason if they want to deny particular procedure but they have to do emergency care and so. Those are two bills that i signed. The third one was not Well done it. Did not to protect the youth interfere with the government getting into the lives of transgender youth. As well as their parents and the decisions that doctors made and to me. It's about compassion. But it is also about making having the laws make sense in a limited role of government. And that's the case that i made in the washington post column that is republicans. We need to get back. Ask a question. Is this the appropriate role of government. Are we restraining ourselves. Look you've got quite a few and you're not your state. Legislature is not the only one like this. But you've got a quite a few of what i think would be described as loosely culture war bills or what. I'm going to describe as culture. War bills a bill that got withdrawn but wanted to ban anything that had to do with the sixteen nineteen project. You couldn't teach it in schools or another one that would have banned school tied school funding in case. You did this stuff. And i'm just curious. Why do you think there's so much focused among some members of the legislature on issues. That i you tell me. Is this really bubbling up in arkansas. Skull's well it's not but the fear is about the future and the fear is also that we're losing our culture and the case. I make though is that just because You want to keep things as they have been. Perhaps you don't need to use the instrument of the law. You don't need to use the state to accomplish that purpose in every instance There is the church there is society. There is your community and that's where the culture is is impacted or reflected in the future and again. There's too much as a republican party. The principles of limited government in its pushing freedom and choice in the free market. That's what the party is about. We've got to apply those principles even when it comes to the social war. But i'm curious if you're now if you if the voters inside the republican party don't agree with what you said. I want to put up something. Jonathan last from the bulwark wrote. He said republican voters no longer have any concrete outcomes that they want from government. What they have instead is a lifestyle brand and if you want to move up the ladder within a brand network you don't do it by governing or making policy. You do it by getting attention. A lot of these issues seem to be designed to get attention right rather than a solve a long term problem of governance. i think they're well intentioned is just that they're taking in the wrong direction and again restraint is the word. I don't want to criticize My republican legislators that i know their heart They believe in this. But i think did have said in my veto hopefully as a reminder to republicans all across the country as we look at a particular issues and and organizations trying to get us involved to pass laws to solve different problems asked the fundamental question. Is this the right role of government. Is there a better way to do. It is this reflecting the best. The republican party and is reflecting compassion. And i think those are important questions that i tried to ask in the bill that i vetoed and i think that message is an important one across the country. Let me ask you this about government interference because you've you've made a strong case limited government when it came to these decisions between a parent child their doctor. Somebody's going to hear that. And say how come you don't have the same view when it comes to abortion absolutely. That's an appropriate question. But as you know there's a big difference in the case of abortion and i've signed multitude of prolife bills i believe in protecting the life of the unborn. The distinction is that medical sciences..
Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"19 year old shooter Brandon whole who killed himself bought his guns legally. Police say his family issuing a statement with an apology, saying they tried to get Brandon the help he needed. Chuck's Iverson ABC News, seventh night of protests last night in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota over the police shooting death of Dante right, More arrests were made either due to Corona Vie Kirk curfew violations. Or violence. Hennepin County Sheriff David Hutchinson with a warning for those who plan to cause violence, please stay peaceful and the people who are intent on causing harm. Going to find yourself where you are tonight and back and then becoming Joe. This was after authorities say a peaceful demonstration turned violent with people hurling glass bottles at officers. A curfew was ordered in pepper cannons were used to disperse the crowd. Marco Malard ABC NEWS Minneapolis in New York City, a driver pulled over for running a red light is accused of throwing a chemical and one officer than driving off and tossing a Molotov cocktail and others. Charges, depending against the 44 year old officers involved, not injured and Justin There's been a shooting at a bar and grill in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Wisconsin sheriff's officials offering few details more as we get it. You're listening to ABC news. Paid for by government com. Have you heard a recent stash of 18 79 $10.
Arkansas Governor Vetoes Ban on Gender-Affirming Care for Trans Youth
"Bill 15 70. Which bans gender transition procedures for Myers. The Arkansas Democrat Gazette reports that the GOP sponsored legislation prohibits healthcare providers from administering gender transition treatments, which can include surgery. And hormone therapy to people under the age of 18. Governor Hutchinson called the bill a vast government overreach. Referred to It is a product of the cultural war in America, while the Arkansas state Legislature has overridden The governor's veto on this bill. And Hutchinson gave us the reason why he vetoed the bill to begin with If this was about prohibiting procedures, sex reassignment surgery. Absolutely. I would have signed that bill. But this again is the first law in the nation that Invokes the state between medical decisions. Parents who consent to that and the decision of the patient, and so this goes way too far. And that in itself is part of the problem. And then Hutchinson says, Look, he's
Fresh update on "hutchinson" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Killed trying to get away during a traffic stop in county Sheriff David Hutchinson with a warning for those who plan to cause violence. Please stay peaceful. The people who are intent on causing harm. Gonna find yourself. We're here tonight. Then back and then becoming Joe. This was after authorities say a peaceful demonstration turned violent with people hurling glass bottles at officers. A curfew was ordered in pepper cannons were used to disperse the crowd. Marco Malard, ABC NEWS, Minneapolis, Great Britain, saying Goodbye, the Prince Philip his funeral and Windsor Castle, both somber and subdued. And while the service Was restricted to just 30. People do the coronavirus restrictions. There were Spectators trying to get close. He wasn't really interested in the pomp and pageantry of monarchy wasn't particularly excited.
US: Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
"Businesses. Showdown between Arkansas lawmakers and the state's governor is over and a law banning gender confirming treatments and surgery. Transgender youths set to go on the books. CBS is Allison Keyes, Republican controlled Senate and House easily voted to override Governor Asa Hutchinson's veto of the bill. Republican governor acted amid opposition from pediatricians Social worker's appearance of transgender youth who said it hurt a community already at high risk for depression and suicide The day Seo Yoo says it will challenge the law before it's set to take effect
Arkansas lawmakers override veto of transgender health care law
"Arkansas lawmakers have overturned the governor's veto of a bill banning gender affirming care for trans miners member station K U A. R Daniel Bree knows more governor is a Hutchinson said he expected lawmakers to override his veto of the bill, which bans gender based care like hormones for people under 18. Override measure in the Arkansas House in Senate passed easily. Democratic Senator Clark Tucker compared it to the aftermath of the 1957 battle over integrating Little Rock Central High School and that special session the most powerful people in the state were bullying. The most vulnerable people in our state. I wish I could say that's the only time that's happened in the history of our state, But it's just not true. It's happened time and time again in this building. The CL U says it hopes to block the law in
Arkansas governor vetoes transgender youth treatment ban
"Bill focused on transgender young people. Republican Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has vetoed legislation that would have made his state the first to ban gender confirming treatments for transgender youth. His decision came after pleas from pediatricians, social workers and parents of trans youth opposed to the measure that the CBS is Jim. Her solo lawmakers in Arkansas, though, can override the governor's veto by a simple majority numbered Harvard Group of
"hutchinson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hutchinson's Vito can be overridden by a simple majority of the Arkansas Legislature. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is accusing President Biden of stoking racial strife by his choice of words to describe Georgia's new voter. I D law, Christi says Biden is violating his own guidance went in his inaugural address, He condemned allowing every political difference to become a raging fire of partisan divide when you use the words, Jim Crow Describe something like this. You're setting the raging fire, Christy tells the Salem radio network. The law vastly expands the kinds of ideas that people may use the boat. This is not older. Certainly is that racist in any way. Christian knows that voter ideas required in several states run by Democrats, including President Biden's home state of Delaware. But Magna reporting, Congressman Matt Gates says he will not resign from Congress after it's been reported he's under federal investigation for possible sex crimes. The Florida Republican denies the accusations. A drone has discovered a possible second breach in a large Florida waste water reservoir. More pumps air headed to the area fears of a complete breach at an old phosphate plant. Have led authorities to evacuate more than 300 homes and closed portions of a major highway just south of the Tampa Bay area. There was no annual White House Easter Egg roll for a second straight year today on Easter Monday. Because of the pandemic. On Wall Street stocks rose more than 1%. The NASDAQ was ahead by 225 more on these stories at town hall dot com. Heart attack. He was 47. What about Janice and.
GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates
"Some states are dropping their mask mandates despite a direct plea from president biden to renew the orders. Mississippi governor tate reeves tweeted quote. No thank you. Mr president in response to mr biden's request citing declining case numbers in his state. Arkansas governor asa hutchinson is leading. The state's mask mandate expired today. Although masks will still be required in some venues
GOP governors ignore Biden's latest plea on mask mandates
"President Biden's pleads for states to stick with mask mandates are being largely ignored yesterday the president urged governors who had dropped the mandates to reinstate them please this is not politics but several Republican governors stayed on track to drop the requirements Arkansas's Lisa Hutchinson's even doing it immediately a day earlier than planned saying on a call with administration officials and other governors that re opening his state is a necessity the White House acknowledges staying the course is a tough message to spread but spokeswoman Jen Psaki says he too is a necessity people need to still be vigilant in order to return to normal Sager mag ani Washington
Arkansas Senate OKs ban on treatments for transgender youth
"The arkansas state senate has passed a bill that would ban gender affirming care to transgender minors including hormones and puberty blockers if republican governor asa hutchinson signs. The bill arkansas will become the first state to ban gender affirming care to trans youth chase strange deputy director for transgender justice at the aclu's and hiv project. Denounce the bill. As quote the single most extreme anti trans law to ever pass through a state legislature.
Arkansas passes bill banning treatments for transgender youth
"Sent a bill to the state's governor that bars transgender youth from seeking gender affirming medical care from member station K U A. R in Little Rock. Daniel Breen reports on items in the bill. I was still 15 70 opens up positions to legal action in license your penalties for providing gender based care to trans minors, including hormones in puberty blockers, the majority Republican Arkansas Senate voted in favor of it, sending it to Governor Isa Hutchinson for approval. This comes days after Hutchinson signed a bill barring transgender girls from playing school sports that correspond to their gender identity and another bill, allowing doctors to refuse medical services on moral or religious grounds. American Civil Liberties Union says similar bands have been struck down as unconstitutional and promise a court fight if the measure becomes law for NPR news. I'm
Arkansas Passes Bill to Ban Gender-Affirming Care for Trans Youth
"Of its kind law could prohibit doctors from providing hormone treatment or surgery to transgender youths. In Arkansas. It's been approved by the Republican led state Senate. It's getting disapproval from various medical groups. Dr Lee Beers is president of the American Academy of Pediatrician's bill was harmful in two ways. One it threatens the health and well being of transgender youth and two it puts politicians rather than pediatricians in charge of a child's medical care. Republican Governor Raisa Hutchinson hasn't said whether or not he supports the law in Arkansas.
Do COVID-19 vaccines prevent transmission of coronavirus
"Are effective at preventing covert 19 infections. But are they good at preventing the spread of the virus itself? The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has launched a study Determine exactly that. They've partnered with 21 universities across the country to enroll some 12,000 college students hope is to determine whether vaccinated people can unwittingly transmit the disease. Without becoming infected themselves. In a
Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban
"Governor Asa Hutchinson has signed a bill that bans transgender girls and women from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Jacqueline Frohlich with member station K U A E F says Arkansas will join Mississippi as the first states to enact such laws. After signing the bill, Governor Hutchinson issued a statement claiming girls and women should be free to compete without interference from any quote student of the male sex. A reference to transgender girls and women, he asserts the law is needed to level the playing field in women's sport. Arkansas trance activists worry the new law will lead to genital checks during required sport physicals. Arkansas lawmakers are also expected to pass a bill barring gender affirming medical care for trans youth, with the exception of psychological counseling. For NPR News. I'm Jacqueline Froelich and fade. Phil.
Arkansas governor signs transgender sports ban into law
"Northam. NPR NEWS, The Republican governor of Arkansas has signed a law that bans transgender women and girls from competing in school sports teams consistent with their gender identity. Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the move. On Thursday, Arkansas became the second state to enact such restrictions. Representatives from medical and child welfare groups say the law will have
1,500 undocumented immigrant teens now being housed at Dallas convention center
"Dallas is receiving eight million dollars to allow federal officials to use the downtown convention center to house unaccompanied immigrant teens in us custody. That's according to city officials rocky vaz's dallas's emergency management director said. The current is four seventy five days and it allows the use of space. The k bailey hutchinson convention center including its largest exhibit hall and a nearby lobby city officials revealed details of the leasing agreement with the us department of health and human services and the federal emergency management agency during a meeting with the dallas morning news editorial board on friday according to the human and health services department the emergency intake site was opened. Wednesday and as of friday morning was hosting two hundred boys ages. Fifteen seventeen another two hundred boys were to be bused to the convention center by the evening
Dallas Prepares to House 3,000 Unaccompanied Immigrant Teenagers
"Our top story. Some big Texas cities are feeling the effects of the surge of the border as part of the White House plan. The U. S government is using the downtown Dallas Convention Center to hold up to 3000 immigrant teenagers. As the number of border crossings continue to spike. The Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center will be used for up to 90 days beginning as early as this week. The House Boys ages 15 to 17 in Midland between Fort Worth and El Paso. Thousands of immigrant teenage boys arrived at a holding facility there over the
House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package
"Is on the way $1400 for many Americans with the passage of the American rescue plan, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, reacting to the plan on CBS's face the Nation. While there's many good things about it is too large, and we've got to make sure the states have flexibility. The nearly $2 trillion relief bill was signed into law last week by President Biden with no Republican votes in Congress.
Americans see better days ahead in pandemic and economy
"NEWS BRIEF. The economy seems poised for a shot in the arm of its own, with Americans bullish about its prospects both nationally and locally amid the covert 19 pandemic that, according to a new CBS News poll, director of surveys Anthony Salvato on Face the Nation. People tell us that they think this bill is going to help them. Personally, That's always important as well as of course, the national economy, So the bill is a done deal. Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson says he wishes it had not passed. There's great investments in there. Why there's Republican opposition well is just simply too large.
Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law
"On Tuesday signed the measure that only allows abortions to save the life of the mother. Bill does not include exceptions for rape or incest. Hutchinson already had signed several major abortion restrictions in the law since taking office, but he expressed reservations about this latest ban. Arkansas is one of 14 states, where legislators have proposed outright abortion bands this year. Correspondent Keith Peters the Labor Department reporting, consumer prices increased four chance percent in February that they could skate in six
"hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Nbc news projected president trump the winner in north carolina and call. Joe biden the apparent winner in georgia. Meaning the results are close enough that the outcome could depend on the recount that is currently underway. That's when we use the word apparent whenever it can slip into recount territory as we mentioned earlier biden has matched trump's three zero six two two thirty two electoral vote margin of four years ago. President refuses to concede just reiterated again on social media and republicans have either backed his false claims of fraud or have remained silent. We invited every single republican. Senator appear on meet the press. This morning they all declined but we are very pleased. That republican governor hutchinson of arkansas has agreed to join us this morning. Governor thank you welcome back. And in fact i hope to talk to as much about covert as we do about politics here but let me get the politics out of the way. Who do you believe won the election. Expect joe biden to be the next press. The united states good actually to see president. Trump trump tweeted out that He won. I think that's a start of an acknowledgement and it is very important. That joe biden have access to the intelligence briefings to make sure that he is prepared. During times of transition our enemies have an opportunity to try to take advantage of us. We wanna make sure that there is a smooth transition particularly when it comes to the vaccine distribution corona virus that everybody understands what we're doing there and what the plan is for the future. Are you concerned that the next president of the united states joe biden is going to have a large chunk of your party's rank and file not accept the legitimacy of this election Because president trump keeps fading false narratives out there while it is important that we accept the outcome of the election. And there's a process to get there. it is There are some constitutional assertions and pennsylvania. There's a recount in georgia. It is important that those processes go through and that probably is the reason you president does not want to undermine those legitimate processes by jumping ahead and conceding the election but we still have to start that transition in the end. You're absolutely right. We need to come together. As a nation there's not the department of homeland security indicated this week that there's not any evidence of rampant fraud in the election that would undermine the result. We need to accept the result. Once that process is completed. Come together and recognize you pull together as a nation and you're a former your former. Dhs veteran there. I assume you trust those folks there. Actually it's chris. Crabs is one of the team members who made that finding this week and i was briefed by him on the election. Security issues probably ten months ago and it was interesting that As he briefed the governor's that he said patients. You have to have but we have systems in place to make sure that we can have an honest election free of fraud this year. There's always some challenges but we have a great system and our democracy to work through those ends so yes. I have confidence in what he has done and his statement. I'm gonna put up a graph here of cases for covid. You know the graph. Well you've had a mask mandate going for a while. Cases are rising rising everywhere. You're not alone here. What do you need from the federal government now. That could help you deal with this. 'cause i get the sense you her doctor allstone. I think you're all at your at your sort of people could argue can do x you do why. But there's some things that you're limited in doing without the support of the federal government. What do you need well. it's very important understand. And this was a little bit offensive The implication in previous interview. That's nothing's being done currently and i'll be having a meeting tomorrow with the white house. Krona virus taskforce. They're very engaged. They're providing support for the states. We're dependent upon them in terms of our reagents for antigen are testing capacity that supplies coming and it's increasing so a lot is being done. We're coordinating with him. On our vaccine distribution which is critical to have in place very quickly because once they have the emergency use authorization. I expect that vaccine to be out for medical care providers within twenty four hours. What do we need. We need to make sure that we have the support in those terms and that that was resources continue. Were not going to be able to put restrictions on our economy to get us out of this. It is wrong to tell people you're out of business without giving financial support. I think that point was made by dr hostal home that you cannot do that without providing compensation because it's a taking of government and that's the last thing that we need to do right now. What are your advisers telling. You would be the best way to start to get this to plateau in your state because it does seem as if we can't get this surge to plateau right now. Well it is very very worrisome. And as you know i put together. Our winter taskforce primarily looking at the hospitalization issue that is sorta governs everything. That happens because you wanna have a hospital space for covid patients but also for others that have needs. That require elective surgery and so We're engaged that what has to be done. Is everybody do simply what the medical professionals are. Scientists say maly that is To protect yourself and others by following the public health guidelines we have a mask mandate but you cannot have a mask mandate It does send a great signal. It does increase compliance. But there's never one hundred percent compliance and that's a challenge that we have right now before. I let you go on january twenty first lose the leader of the republican party on jeep. Well first of all. I've been through that situation before and we'll let new leadership but there'll be a lot of different voices clearly. President trump will have a voice for a long time and the party. Anybody that can generate those kind of crowds That's ahead the accomplishments that he has had in office. He will have an influence for some time to come. But there'll be other influencers and there's going to be a significant debate as to exactly the direction of our party. Our fundamentals are sale. This election was a good election. For republicans we just did not make the presidency but overall governors house senate. Legislators puts us in very very good position for the future the public still embraces the republican philosophy that we have put forth will continue to debate that has to be refined absence. Republican from arkansas always appreciate your willingness to come on. Come on here and you're always very respectful. I appreciate that. Thank you sir. Thank you many of president. Trump supporters marched in washington yesterday. Echoing the president's false claims that the election was rigged. So what is president. Trump's not concession strategy.
"hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"This sunday no concession and a growing cova crisis president trump refusing to admit defeat. Whatever happens in the future who knows which administration will be i. Guess time will tell. Republican allies reacting either with silence. Senator is it time to acknowledge that. President-elect biden has won the election or support president trump should not concede there will be a smooth transition to a second trump administration as trump loyalist march in washington. Echoing the president's false claims of stolen election the administration withholding sensitive information from president-elect by embarrassment trenton. My guest this morning. Biden's incoming chief of staff ron claim and the republican governor of arkansas. Ava hutchinson also record covid spike. This is kind of like standing on the beach and watching the hurricane slowly roll towards you this surge much more intense widespread and dangerous. We're heading towards the cliff. Forty nine states see a rise in cases many cities in states finally cracking down. I am announcing a two week. Freeze for the entire state to stay at home. Unless you must go out for essential reasons. I'll talk to a member of president-elect biden's cove transition team. Dr michael oester home joining me for insights. Analysis are nbc news correspondent. Kerley republican strategist at cardis maria. Teresa kumar president of voto latino and jeffrey goldberg editor in chief of the atlantic. Welcome to sunday. It's meet the press from nbc news in washington the longest running show in television history. This is meet the press with chuck todd and.
"hutchinson" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"So I, think we're doing you know everything we can admission to stay healthy. You. Have extremely different scenario than most given that you know your father is a front lines Cova nineteen doctor. and. And he was an all American at Michigan. So he not only understands the football side of this very well, he undersides pandemic side of this better than almost anyone. And he's okay, was sending his son. Back to play football. And other people are saying that you can't play football who don't have his expertise. So how do you reconcile that difference in your mind? Yeah he's. He's been on the front lines since day one you know he's seen I think I heard him say over a thousand patients in total since a thousand bishops with Covet and total sense. Since the pandemic has occurred and you know. You just gotTa Trust Him on everything. He says, you know it's He's a guy. I don't think there's anyone else out there like him in terms of having the doctor pedigree and then also be an all American at Michigan and you know he's just he's so knowledgeable on on on this stuff and he is really doing a really good thing and taking the step forward for our program and and kind of spearheading it with with the ladder and stuff. Like that just letting everybody know that we will be safe. You know Kobe doesn't really target our age group has much as the elderly and even some of us do get covert you know we're going to be just fine. You know it's it's a little sickness and I think he's done a really good job of of a speaking for our team though in in terms of that letter everything. What's he said to you about Myocarditis the heart condition that's being questioned along with Kobe. That's that's the big thing that's going on right now Yeah. I just got off the phone with my mom and she was talking about how my dad has just been debunking the the whole data that Kevin warned the ten commissioner has been using as his primary data to cancel the season. It's my dad was really curious on on this data and with the with the heart condition, and so we looked at the data and it was just a very flawed is what he told me. He said I think he's GonNa. Might him my mom or or visiting the big ten headquarters that whole thing going on soon and I think he's GonNa you know debunk to this they're the data they gathered on this on their heart condition because you know it's it's flawed and it wasn't right for Kevin Warranty use that data as his primary data to a counselor Susan. With all of this going on whether it's Trevor Lawrence and Justin fields leading this, we want to play charge whether it's your parents and the Ohio state in Nebraska and Iowa parents writing these letters to the big ten conference all of those things what's your level of optimism that it might actually work and you guys might get to play football this fall Yeah you know. It's kind of tricky. You know I I. Don't know how effective. All of it is, but you know I'm willing to do whatever it takes to have that season. You know I don't know if Kevin Warren or Mark Scalzo our president is listening but you know as long as we keep, you know having our voice and and with the whole field thing and and all the people visiting the big ten headquarters I think if we keep pressing them and pressing them, you know that there will be changes made and I really am hoping. So I, just I just hope that You know we can get a response from from our president or response from the big ten commissioner about. In in regards there there's just so many questions going around right now and I feel like questions being unanswered quite frankly and I think it's very unfair to us at as athletes. It's very unfair to the parents You know we're the ones out there playing football were the ones you know plane during this pandemic and it's the big ten commissioner who's making the decision for us so. It's unfair and and we all just want answers to our questions. What questions do you to answer? Some of the questions First of all the data and Mir Card itis the fact that he used that data as his primary evidence is is just unfair and just. I know my my dad and my parents wanted to sit down with urge get zoom meeting with with. March LaSalle, in the big ten commissioner just to get war of their reasoning you know you kind of just see these blanket statements on twitter on what the big ten commissioner. Sad. But kind of those questions that we wanna be answered or are the real hard facts of why they canceled the season because from my. Standpoint there's no reason for them to cancel that. Susan. You know it should have been our decision partly, our decision as athletes who should voice in this and I. Think It's unfair that Kevin Warren the big commissioners making is cancelling the big ten season yet his son will be playing football Mississippi State this year down south. So for him to cancel my season, allow his son to play football, it doesn't quite make sense. We noted off the top what a tremendous player you are, and you're going to have a decision to make and this spring season thing is still being debated whether or not. It's even feasible. What factors will you way as you face potentially faced that decision paid. There are a lot of factors I've talked by parents multiple times. There's if this fall season really follows through I'm GONNA keep training keep working out if the spring season falls through, that's when decisions will have to be made I'm GonNa have to weigh all my options at that point because you know from now until next fall, what's going to change from now until next fall in terms of you know Kobe my dad doesn't think. Much is going to change I. think he thinks machine will stay this low code would stay for another year and he thinks the same outcome could happen next ball. So that would mean I. wouldn't. If I if I were to stay at Michigan for next fall and the Nazis canceled, I wouldn't have played football for three years and I enter the League without playing football for three years. So it puts me at a big disadvantage at that level and That's another you know factor I have to weigh in this is I'm just trying to play football as soon as I can and but I have to go about it in the smart way. So there, they'll be decisions made in the in the next few months. Being a college football reporter. A lot of different perspectives and a lot of different commentary and Lord knows how many opinions? Very few of them have been as good as yours. So I am so grateful for your time and you're in. And I'll leave you with this brother. How bad do you want another shot at the buck us? One more. One more? I. Just own workshop at Bam you know. Ryan Day Justice Field I. Saw quotes on twitter about not knocking to break off a bus. You don't know how much that riles me up and I'm just I I wanna I needed to play them one more time than both. In all, it's out of my hands whether I can or not. So. I'm just I'm hoping and praying that that that I got one more shot at him I love intensity I love the passion and again Aden we're all thinking about you guys. I can't imagine the the frustration of just not understanding certain things and not being able to get answers. So thank you so much for offering us that perspective young.
"hutchinson" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline
"Jon Wertheim here, , and it's this week's. . Illustrated Tennis podcast, , we have two guests this week, , a bonus guest in mainstream tennis player guest I. . Am Query joins us. . He is at the Greenbrier in West Virginia where he was laying world team tennis, , and then as he will explain, , is ready to embark on a full season <hes> starting in August, , and we talked to him about what it's been like in the tennis bubble what his plans are for the rest of the season and sort of what the impact of this crazy and cratered year has been on a on a player of his status, , his age. . then. . We have Eric Hutchinson. . He's been on the show before Eric is a friend of big. . Band of tennis and we talk a bit about what it's like to be a solo performer solar artists in the time of Cova probably not dissimilar to being a singles player. . Eric has a new album class of one, , thousand, nine, , , hundred, , Eighty, , eight. . So we talk a bit about the process a bit about this sort of enforced break that we are all on. . What the overlaps between music and tennis. . All right now and some tennis chatter with a big tennis fan. . So <hes> Sam Corey versed Haircut Simpson's second. . Let's start in. West. . . Virginia. . You're. . In the bubble. . I am. . Tennis bubble. . Let's let's start the president as a been. . <HES> IT'S BEEN AWESOME <hes>. . You know for me I hadn't told a match in. . Australian Open because my wife had a baby in February also I mean it's been five months. . So I was excited to go I think all the players here are are really loving it and it's fine and we're finally back plans some competition and it's been great i. mean . the I've never I don't know if you've ever been here. . I. . Know I haven't most you'll have in, , but the resort is awesome <hes>. . So it is a bubble but at the same time you can there's golf fishing a bunch of restaurants you can go. . You know skeet shooting eighteen. . So you're you don't feel like you're just you're playing tennis and going back to your room. . There's so much to do outside tennis, , which is really made it fun for everyone because we are here for for three full weeks. . And it's great to be back in absolute competition and. . Going to court I mean it's going great so far. . Some sounds like summer camp widsom competitive tennis thrown in. . That's exactly what it feels like especially 'cause you're you're in the mountains that it's got a very, , very much camp field. . We're we're only doing this audio. . I have to say you're your backdrop is tremendous. . It looks like I mean you can kind of see like. . Beautiful. . No it's. . It's this part of the I've never been here like I said it's I mean we went ATV and a few days ago, , and you go up in the mountains in the views and. . I. . Spectacular. . Doesn't sound like a bad way to spend July. . What's been the? ? What about sort of the training, , the nutrition, , the hydration everything that comes with competitive playing how have you been able to deal with? ? With that. . I, , mean for me personally that's been that's been tough. . The last like months to find the motivation for practice knowing or not knowing when we're GONNA. . Start. . You know you're kind of always like like apprenticed for like, wow , not studying for I'll just as the next day and then I do the next day. . So you know the last two months I haven't practicing hard <hes> but there's there's a practice shape and there's match shape. . It's hard to really get back into your match shape until you play match. . So. . <hes> I'm doing the best. I . can I've got Christian Cossio who travels with me as like a physio here with me. So . we've been in the gym every day <HES> and working on my body. . So physically actually feel fine <hes> because you know the team that I'm on I'm only playing singles every day. . So I've literally got a thirty minute sets of five. . And that's all the tennis I'm playing. . So off days and even some matchdays I'm finding the other guys have updates in in an extra and extra practice and spending time in the gym and trying to make the most of it won't here. . What's the level play? ? Overall? ? It's been high I. . Mean I've played tennis twenty years because of the incentives this year <hes> online means finals, , winters, , <hes>. . It's intense. . The teams are into it i. . mean every you really feel like everyone's kind of laying it out there and <hes>. . It's made it better. . You know I it's fun of the past but these incentives, , I, , it's it's up the level and there's a few more come on. . There's a the teams kind of gathering around over a little bit more. So . it's it's been really fun and I hope they continue to do is incentives can. . Stays at this level. . Yeah. . I mean I was GONNA. . Say, , this is an interesting. You're . a world team tennis veteran. This . is unlike any other season you've had you just. . League can. . Use this crazy. . This crazy three weeks as a springboard. . I hope. . So I. . Mean Look at Fred Leading Eric Davidson behind it and they love tennis and You know they seem to have the financial backing to help move it forward in a good direction and Like the nave because of what happened, , I mean the level and the talent they have this year is like no other year they've had world tanks. . See this type of caliber players <hes> for a full season. . So hopefully I mean I everyone that plays this year <hes> know especially those top players are GonNa say oh. . My God this has been fun like this has been a great. . Few weeks of practice, , it's fun to be on a team and hopefully for the years moving forward, , they're going to those top players GonNa WanNa do it again. . Give, give , us your your like top top four players of the season. . If you're writing in your MVP, , votes would be Gosh I would have to look at kind of like the the win loss record. . <hes> you know Bethany Matic Santa's up there because she's just it seems like every mixed doubles in every doubles cheese. . You know winning most of those. . Sets. . <hes>. . closers was up there until she got her she was just on fire. . So I'm still GONNA put closers in the mix and then. . <hes>. . Not so I'M GONNA try to I'm trying to think of a guy that's. . been somewhat dominant. . I can't tell I. Don't . know I would need to look at like. . He's been winning losing. .
"hutchinson" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"See a spike in New Jersey the way we've seen spikes elsewhere after the Memorial Day holiday. Yeah Andrea R- already seeing a little of that It's less because of folks being on the beach and looking at fireworks. We've begun to open up the state slowly, but surely we knew there was some risk associated with that, so it's partly that it's partly this coming back to New Jersey from hotspot, so yeah, we're we're. We're not out of the woods yet without any question. Well. Seeing you there down there? IN THE JERSEY, shore makes us all want to get out there as well but Not to be this year for us. Thank you very much, though thank you for Interrupting Your Holiday Safe Holiday to you. and. There is still a great disparity among regions with the south and the West getting hit. The hardest of northeast is doing a lot better now joining me now is the governor of southern state as the Hutchinson of Arkansas Governor Hutchinson. Welcome back to meet the press. Thank you for being here. To be with you Andrea, Need to tell you that there is a spike happening now in the south end in Arkansas is also seeing a rise in cases. What do you intend to do? Should you be requiring mandatory mask and face covering us? Well we all should be wearing. Masks face coverings when we go out in the public, or you can't socially distance. We actually entered an executive order today Friday, and which allows the cities to pass an ordinance that mandates face coverings, and we wanted to have a model so that everybody can have the same standard if they choose to adopt that that mandate. We're leading by example. I wear a mask when I'm out in public. This is important for us because when you want to grow the economy whenever you want to. Bring people off. The unemployment rolls the way you do. It is to stop the spread of the virus through covering yourself protecting others protecting. But you're showing by example when you're out in public and other Republicans now are the president is not, and he not only is not wearing a face covering in public, but he held these huge gatherings over the weekend South Dakota, and again in Washington DC against, local objections in Washington. What example is that? Well in terms of the gatherings themselves a lot of were canceled here in Arkansas Fourth of July celebrations, just trying to minimize that exposure, but when you look at a national level I think it is good that we celebrate our independence. That's a controlled environment. It was outside at Mount. Rushmore I think it inspired many. Obviously I would like to have seen more face coverings there as order to set an example, but you have to what you have to do. This virus and there is a virus fatigue in our country right now and you. You have to live life. You can't stop every activity, but you have to be in a controlled environment in which you do, protect yourself and others. Take it seriously, so there's this balance of reflecting to America. HOW SERIOUS! This isn't a bigger fight that we're in the same time. Let's manage our way through this so that we can continue to live life. Even though we're all very very tired of ours governor, there was absolutely no social distancing in south. Dakota, there are thousands of people they're sitting absolutely crowded in and no face coverings as well. They should have been face coverings. They should have followed guidelines there. I know that it's a controlled environment, so it's really more about setting. But I know how important is was the governor? No, she's been asking the president about this months ago. This is not something that was set up at the last minute. It was planned. And it was a controlled environment with all due respect. If the president wanted to come and hold a rally in Arkansas, as he did in Tulsa indoors and in Phoenix, he had a big gathering there and we've seen secret service agents and other members of advanced now sick. And also from the vice president's advance in in Arizona Would you let that happen in Arkansas? There would be social distancing and worrying of mask. If you can't social distance, you have to follow our guidelines, and that's what we would. Insist upon, let me show you that Governor Abbott and several of your other. Republican governors are now. Changing what they originally said, let's watch. We have flattened the Kerr now. People understand this thing doesn't just go away. Our goal is to find ways to coexist with covert nineteen as safely as possible. Kobe nineteen is not going away in fact is getting worse. I want to encourage people to get out and about to take a loved one to dinner to go retail shopping. Our message to Arizona today is clear. They are safer at home. Governor Hutchinson, if Greg Abbott can change his mind. How about requiring masks for everybody in Arkansas? Well I think that's what's unique about. The governor's leading in and showing flexibility. There states you look at how we've gone through this. In Arkansas we have tightened restrictions than we had a targeted release. Whenever we see an outbreak, we tighten the screws again because we have to be able to respond and make sure people are following the guidelines, but governors have to. To be able to adjust to what is happening with a virus. We've done that in Arkansas. We were flat for a long time. We had a small increase. We went back down and now you see going back up and we're responding to that. That's what governors do. That's what we have to do and let me just say that whenever we are testing people. You're knowing or having more cases, but we're also watching the hospitalization. We're doing our contact tracing. It's a strategy that we have stick with, and we can see results from it. That will will help us to fight that virus. Thank you very much. Thank you for being with us today and thanks. Thanks for being with us on a holiday and enjoy your holiday weekend governor. All right, thank you great to be with you and joining me now. Infectious Disease Expert, Dr He'd Daily of Boston University to Brasilia. Welcome back to meet the press What's your reaction to what Governor Hutchinson just said, and the failure of national strategy on face coverings at these rallies..
"hutchinson" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Now my aim in this series is that you will hear from a wide variety of teachers sharing a wide variety of experiences. We've already had a couple of technology. Focused episodes looking at the use of things like Microsoft teams. Zoom and Google classrooms to try and make remote teaching work. But we've also had episodes focused on the practicalities of simply setting students work. When for example he can't guarantee students will all help devices. All you've got family responsibilities of your own home. We've also heard from mass teaches but also known math teachers to seat this any difference there. But there's been one thing that we've been lacking and this episode I in tents. Put it right so this time around. I spoke to John Hutchinson now. One of the main aims at this series was to speak to teachers of different age groups. John is assistant had reach Academy Felton. Which is a through school which means that they have pupils from year to through to year. Thirteen now's we third in the series. The challenge of setting work remotely teaching older students is problematic enough. And how does it work for younger students? Well Janis team have an answer in the form of daily videos. They record that the students watch at a time of the day that suits them they then do work on paper on the parents. Take a photo an email through at the end of the day. We discussing this episode exactly. Why John and his team chose to do this. And how's it working and best of all there's a link in the show notes that takes you to all the videos that John and his team produced which may be useful if you're a teacher or if you're a parent of younger students now as a warning the sound quality is a little ropey at the start of the conversation but thankfully that soon source itself out. I really hope you enjoy this one. I know you well please stay sick. Okay so is great pleasure to welcome to.
"hutchinson" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"And today she's here to share her tips and tricks and tell us a little more about herself. And how she became the GO-TO source of advice. Please welcome to the PODCAST. Landon panic panic. Don't panic thank you for being the first name gets screwed up so you nailed it. Nailed it landon. Landon that was GONNA be my name a thousand boy but if I was a boy really and now I love it for a girl I know. My grandmother was the one that came in. After my my mother had me she was like. Oh girl you know in the seventies. I don't know what they're going to have right and she was like well. Let's put a Y.. Where that Oh is really Mhm See I love it. It's it's yes you'll I hated it growing up. I absolutely I wanted to be like Jennifer Michelle. I wonder if anybody loves their name growing up. I don't I don't know right. I did a good. I actually did because I didn't think there was. There wasn't a lot of Caitlyn's in my in my grade or like I don't know Caitlin was kind of a rare name. Yup now not so much but it was. I don't know if I was about fifteen when I started liking it maybe in high school because then you want to be different. Where did you grow up? Florida South Florida. Okay and when did you move to Nashville about six years ago from Florida Florida. No actually I'm a gypsy okay. We've been everywhere. Yes so my husband and I grew up in south Florida and then we moved to Seattle. Get because you guys met in eighth grade right yes a door fourteen. That's our forty two so it's like he had no facial hair. Now is gray here. Oh my gosh the thing you really have seen in at all only always get jealous of those situations. I'm like I've known line for years. I'm thirty four. I've had a boyfriend. Oh Gosh I know. And then I'm maybe more jealous of like you. Having the experiences same thing with people wishing the different name we all hair color thing. We all just do this to ourselves. All the time. Okay so you moved to Seattle. You said yes Seattle he played in the NFL for twelve years. No Way yes so. I didn't know that when my research was. He went to Michigan University of Michigan and then was drafted by the seahawks verse around. So that was crazy exciting so we went from south Florida all the way to Seattle and I remember on draft day. They were like we're going to Seattle and I'm like where the hell Seattle I literally was like. I haven't gotten out of south Florida Lake. It's all the way over on the West all the way to further place so seattle. Oh for five years had our daughter there and then moved in the wonderful world of football where you wake up and look on. ESPN on the ticker take tip ticker tape and they tell you where you're going right. So Minnesota Oh my gosh. We're going a little closer to Canada. Okay Yeah and We lived there for seven years. Had Her son there and then it was like all right now. What and so we got to Nashville? And he took a one to two year deal depending on and he was like I'm damned tired and so he retired and we fell in love with it here and we just kind of stay. That's great. Yeah that must be. It's hard to be The wife of an athlete and I don't like to say that that's what you were but the other thing what I was I I so much was and I own that and I was like. That's my job like well. You've really made your own career out of you. Were able to do something while green all over the place and you've really security because yeah but this is a newfound venture turf. It's only a couple of years old and I think everything I did you know with him and being in that position and taking care of my home I just had to teach myself get Get domestic and I enjoyed those kind of things so and then he made a career out of it and here we are. I love that I love on my gosh. It's funny what life sets you up for. It's just it everything you know and I'm not going to take away from how hard that must have been though but every it's nice that you feel that into something it's how you go about it like there were plenty of girls that married married for the wrong reasons source and also were like. Oh my God I don't get to do anything you know. It's always about him and and things like that and I was never resentful of any any of it. I was like you know what I'm GonNa this. Run this Damn House. I'm going to have these damn kids. Everybody's clean I'm GONNA ask tight. You gotTa keep the girls. I mean they line up they on up so I was like. I'm going to do all these things. I'm going to own this job and this time and love it and Co quite honestly. I was happy I was really really content and I wanted to be a mom and I wanted to be a wife and do it really well and so I did and then all those things that I did leading up kind of like I said set me up for maybe what I'm doing now. Yeah and I love that you on that because I hi dated a hockey player and I did not. I had the pity party and I felt that I had no life when I could have. I could've have you ever had. You can get lost in the shadow because it's always like. Oh they're Steve's wife yet then I meant when I said that when I was like in the wife of an athlete I was like what it does. Not what you are but like you who are are. I've I've been there But I was in Germany so little trickier sure I didn't feel like I could be domestic at all because I couldn't even read the ingredients on a bag of flour right. I had the US going for me. But that's about it. And I was there in a time where I like. I just just had like a little side phone. That only worked off Wi fi and I like it was like an iphone three at the time so I feel like I. I didn't have all the Google translate and NBA Funeral anyways. Yeah that's but that's greatly goes. Were together since eighth grade. I know our daughters that age now talked Abou Wow. We'll circle and a little bit of panic edition of a boyfriend. Yes well she. She's done with one situation. Okay that's over and she's having a glow she like her nails done. She's like mobile. So I guess Lily Lily so by this time of ear the planners and virgos of the world have checked off everything on their list while the rest of us last minute people are running around like psychos trying to figure out what to get everyone..
"hutchinson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The right song but make no mistake about it not saying all the all the loony to not jobs are on the right that are better trump supporters I wouldn't make that statement but up this guy certainly is a trump supporter any is a nut job his name is quite Hutchinson quite Hutchinson what a great name well hi Hutchinson Hutchinson is the guy that was in Alabama not a shocker he lives in Alabama by the way and he is probably one of those guys that thinks of a woman has an abortion should go to jail for twenty years ago for the electric chair but anyway there's this baby trump balloon when people are on strike outside of this trump rally and Wally Hutchison decided to take matters into his own hands and puncture this poor baby trump alone and I felt horrible for the balloon and we have a little audio he went on the show never heard the Rick and Bubba show no I don't I never heard of that show before but anyway he called into the Rick and Bubba show you know it's big time yeah the band it's gonna take time to the Rick and Bubba show and so what Hutchinson this is him the first time anybody in public has heard this guy calling into this radio show talking about good and evil and why he decided to puncture the baby trump balloon here it is I'm not I'm not young but I'm not old I'm gonna metal like a lot of people my age don't really keep up with the news and politics like they should what I want news every night I watch fox news every night three I live in a mobile home I got three to the operator going on out where I get so mad about people not taking a stand and you know they want throw the land of most callaloo use religious against you like you should not like this this stuff but I'll tell you there's none of that when I was bobble just as we do there you go which bring out a lot news John Kerry would use them thank you when we're selling that a woman temples by so this this was this was your turning of the temple tables yes there are many you've got to take the stand you don't we don't have two parties anymore we have a good versus evil when you've got one party as it is okay to kill babies why not far from my member saleable get mad about chopping up a baby all well one of these one liners went on to say I got all fired up when I rolled by that balloon and I wrote down that window when I said something to let them and let them now and I figured they saw me so I decide to put matters into my own hands and I decided to stab that baby JT bride you hear the Connecticut guy drop in the Alabama started that said that that accident is Nicolas Cage and con air all my god that is give me my money give me my but first all this guy sounds like he has two teeth but the body asking about forget about where he lives back in the box okay forget about where you live forget about how stupid he sounds you got her up people in the western up there up north man let let me explain this okay first of all this guy's making himself out to be some sort of hero okay but he did something great because he stabbed a trumpet alone he actually is make himself out to be a martyr yeah he really is mentioning and he's he's he's he's a referencing the Bible JD somebody had to do something right it had to be done I had to be done I had to stab the fake baby comes in he said it comes to a point when you got to take a stand we don't have two parties anymore we have good versus evil you know I'm so sick and tired of people saying stuff like that you know Eric trump was on the the racist which he shall Laura Ingram last night and Eric trump said the same right wing talking points that everybody on the right is great and everybody know left is evil just shot up okay they're evil people on both sides of the aisle I don't care whether there's a D. next your name or our next your name every person is different every opinion is different and for this moron who probably is a Klan member by the way because he certainly sounds like one and looks like when he fits the profile he probably it wears his white grand wizard Cape every night at dinner thanks that showing up to a protest of people with a trump baby a trump balloon baby and puncturing a balloon he did something so wonderful and so great that right he's a martyr he's a hero he thinks he's part of the the the trump ISIS clan or something I don't know what the hell this guy thinks he is but obviously his delusion all this is the kind of guy I'm telling you right now this is the kind of guy we have to worry about these are the types of people that are gonna walk into Walmart and execute innocent people okay these are the types of people what sort of mind a stretch this is why we should have red flag laws okay god that that thinks he's a martyr that says good versus evil that decides to punch draws loon was the balloon living no but that's not one point walk but was a balloon breathing but that's not the point when people use that sort of verbiage that he used it shows your number one that he has an extremely low IQ I think we all can agree I don't argue that that he's an extremely dumb individual and when Donald Trump gets on a stage and Donald Trump say for example demonized as illegals says Mexicans are rapists and bad people and I suppose some of them are good people somebody with a twenty I. Q. like this loser like this moron who probably doesn't have a job who probably never had a job a job for a long period of time in his life who is extremely stupid is gonna listen to the words of Donald Trump and perhaps act on them now I hope I'm wrong about this guy I hope that doesn't happen but this is not something to entertain this is the type of guy that should not own a weapon this is the type of guy that I believe we should all be worried about this extremism and listen don't give me this crap I think you're making an extremely thin connection between someone who punctures a baby and someone who murders multiple people in a Walmart to get on this this person is calling all Democrats evil that's fine this person you can have his opinion that is me is gonna take it got it one about people to Walmart but I'm not done yet but this person is using very similar verbiage in attacking Democrats that that man did walking into Texas el Paso into that Walmart and executing twenty two people do I know for sure that this guy would take it to that level I hope I'm wrong I don't know all I'm saying is these are the types of people that are extremely dumb that will take it to that next level first of all how to mentor you as as an individual right to do something like that how to mentor yours Evansville to to to plot a pocket knife and a burst a balloon you have nothing better to do with your time and listen also the same thing to those people that are protesting outside of trump rally so I could do any good why even show up just stay home don't vote for Donald Trump in two thousand twenty stay home I say that to all protesters in any out when he had minister stretch Sanders and yesterday and minister stretch said that he was gonna close down Fremont street on Martin Luther king day and he said he was going to do that because he doesn't agree with the homeless a new ordinance by the way I don't agree with it either but I don't agree with the way he's going about it I don't understand these protesters they want to inconvenience everybody else you know at whose expense people like you and me people are going to work okay so I don't agree with the protestors either what they're doing in the war on you got you guys understand the reason Brian for the protest it's up to bring attention to an issue right that's three if there's a there's a method to the madness the reason why to do it it's not like they're just doing it in out of thin air you know that's the purpose of a of a quote unquote protest is to draw attention to where is what it is they want to dress there are ways of drawing attention without inconvenience sing a bunch of people that are on the way to work their ways of drawing attention without being arrested I do not support people that want to protest and think it's okay to spend our taxpayer money to be arrested to spend our taxpayer money and hold up street so people can't go to work or in case of an emergency ambulance passing in a city like Los Vegas where tourism is king and has been for a long time when you do something like like stretches was trying to or thinking about putting together the Las Vegas police does not have a round they they will get it done they will get it taken care of very very quickly but going back to this specific issue I think it's important to note that this guy quite Hutchinson who sounds like a real dummy is charged he's charged with felony first degree criminal mischief in relation to the slashing of this trump balloon apparently he was in town for the Alabama LSU game and a presidential parents by of course Donald Trump he's not gonna get any jail time and I don't know if he has a police record I'd like to find out about that but what we do know is that he was charged with felony first degree criminal mischief and if he thinks he's some sort of martyr or some sort of hero for doing this season and we also know he does not know the difference between don't and do not he's not very good of conjunctions problem is now the highest IQ but that being said just because he yeah we we can all make fun of them all you want making fun of his accident Sir but I'm not going to just make an assumption may make if any connection between him and and puncturing a balloon baby and him actually killing someone with a gun well what I'm saying is he is that correct well I'm not gonna do that well I'm saying is that type of person and what I mean by that is when you call Democrats all evil people I would need a lot more than that the runner extremely dumb I think it gives you a better chance of committing a heinous act so if you're in if you are a semi intelligent dumb the new red flag laws to prevent you from having a got now but I think if you puncture a Donald Trump balloon and you say dumb things you call Democrats evil yes I think I do think red flag laws should pertain to you but we're gonna go I want to get into the Gulf I don't think that's enough I want to get into the gun control issue right now but we are going to get into that coming up in our number two with Bob when who has a lot of experience when it comes to guns that he owned his own gun store all right we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back.
"hutchinson" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard
"Research that showed that companies that had women on boards will profitable the most companies that didn't have women on their boards. There's smelting research to show the business benefits of diversity and inclusion. I'm particularly gender diversity and increasingly what we're seeing. Arou- I've been seeing over the time I've been doing to in I is that clients are asking more questions around what organizations doing on gender diversity and so there is. It's a push also from clients nowadays around gender so I think there has never been a time where as we have right now whether it's more and more questions being asked around gender the business case for gender diversity has been made so there's certainly lots of data evidence out there and the interesting thing though I think is that despite the fact that there's lots of research that shows that there is a business case for gender diversity that we haven't made the progress. That's the question that we should be asking ourselves. Why is that and that's a question we ask ourselves kind of every day at the Global Institute for Women's leadership and so we WANNA get far more thoughtful about the interventions interventions that bring the biggest impact we same Natta have will for change but we're still struggling to get the best mechanisms to to make sure that the biggest amount of change gets made in your experience. What do you think work some in your now leading diversity and inclusion globally at Bloomberg across your career about what has really made the most difference the things that you would recommend other businesses and organizations. I oh I think I I wanted to say the business case for gender diversity business case for diversity full stop. I been something that has really pushed. The agenda and most organizations nations will have established what their business cases for diversity. I do think that we underestimate the value of just doing the right thing and I I think actually doing it because it's the right thing to do. Actually sustained a lot further than the business case for gender diversity and where I've seen organizations really progress rests on diversity because fundamentally. They believe it's the right thing to do. I would put Bloomberg in one of those categories whilst we believe the business case actually fundamentally demento is the right thing to do and so I do think sometimes that we get too caught up in the business case and actually if people would at least think about doing this just because it's the right thing to do. I think it would progress a lot further. I think there's a combination of the right thing to do. The business case but also very important is accountability for driving deny I think unless you have senior leaders holding the organization accountable driving deny then it doesn't happen you. You can believe the business case you can even believe it's the right thing to do but if we're not holding people accountable for driving deny then the progress isn't made and so what I've seen has has been the most successful and we do at Bloomberg two is where leaders not only hold people accountable but they ask questions and they follow up and they measure progress at Bloomberg our chairman Peter Growl myself meet once a year with the heads of business we review their business plans on diversity and inclusion. We gift direction and guidance. We challenged them. We send them for navigate co and work on their plans. We review that progress every year. That's so how important because they know that that conversation's going to be hard and therefore they work hard to make sure that they deliver against their business plans so I do think so having some sort of mechanism in place by which you hold people accountable for driving to you and I it's an important facet of the diversity agenda I think many organizations nations spend a lot of time just focused on activity whether it's through their networks or events but not really measuring measuring deny as they would measure any other business objective if you can get it in the place where deny is as important as the business then I think Komo likely to be successful with diversity gender and Bloomberg because it's such a big global business you would get insights into different cultures different different countries how they're approaching diversity and inclusion. DC Any listens coming through that some countries doing it better or any reflections about what what makes it easier to approach the diversity and inclusion agenda or does it really boil down to this leadership engagement leadership accountability. Yes sure I think globally there are different ways of looking at gender diversity and in some cultures you know flexibility works and other coaches it doesn't and some coaches coaches you know women are leading on you know in organizations and other coaches that they aren't and I think you know we do take different pieces from different countries and we leverage doc globally to try and be successful but I think fundamentally. It's about culture wherever culture is across the globe if it's a culture that sustains pains are nurtures women then it's going to be a culture. That's women are going to be successful in for us at Bloomberg is very much about holding leaders accountable for driving miss wherever they are in the world and if we can do that and on top of that we have a culture that sustains a nurtures and helps to grow women than we're more likely let's be successful my colleague at the Global Institute for Women's Leadership Rosie Campbell who director locks to remind that women are fifty two percent of the the adult population. Does it strike you a bit oddly that we use the language of diversity around the majority grouping women yeah. I correct. I said it last week. Somebody was talking to me about this. My said isn't it out that we could women divers. When we're fifty percent of the population I suppose we aren't diverse the population but we are diverse when it comes to organizations so I guess why is but yeah. It doesn't make any sense at all really just the terminology that we've accepted driving our work looking at your work at Bloomberg and being so linked in with businesses around the globe. Is there any sense that people are getting a bit of gender fatigue that we know we've talked about this for so long. We need to move on to other areas. Other agendas was fixed yetis frustration sitting in. Oh Gosh she asked him for some time I think again it goes back to the progress. Versus been slow. We haven't seen the gender parity that we would have expected by now I think in my view though we're doing the same things and expecting different results and we haven't really come up with something that some maybe a bit bolder boulder moved to move the agenda forward. I think if we could just keep on beating on the same drama around untrendy diversity without making any progress then people get bored of that so I think it's really important I think we look at this topic with the different lands that perhaps we think about it in a different way and one of the things that we've been doing a bloomberg just to kind of stimulate interest on this topic again is is that we recognize that women are not uniform that women come in different shapes and sizes and ethnicities and and so we started looking at the intersection across US women so into sexuality of women and how the walls the gender agenda has made slow progress it has made some progress but the progress that we've seen tens to support white women more than any other group of diverse women and so we've been looking at that and exploring why that's the case and what we can do differently and how we can better engage across all women as opposed to certain groups of women and that has brought about quite. I love interest and also I think has engaged women across all their diversities in a way that perhaps the women's agenda hasn't today are maybe he told. Oh to a story when we were together about you being at an event where there was sort of applause because at more diverse board I think it was an advisory committee had been in created and yet when you looked at the picture that was unveiled. It was all white women who had been added to the committee. Can you talk to us about your reaction when you saw that yeah. This was an event that I went to several years ago. It was looking at best practices around gender diversity and a particular company stood up and showed showed big picture of their board ten years ago which were all white man and they then showed this picture of what they're like now today which was a mix of men and women that was great gender diversity but what was very obvious to me and perhaps very obvious to me as a black woman was the whole board was white and I asked the question and I said great that you've made progress on gender diversity but where the people like May I don't see myself in there and the lady said to me. Oh Pamela that was just the reason. The board looks like that is because we were just focused on gender diversity so I asked if I wasn't a woman and she sort of said Oh well we'll get to the black program later. Am I asked the question again. So does that not make me a woman and it really kind of drove home to me at that point that perhaps the gender agenda wasn't four people look like me because organizations some of that particular organization. I should say didn't see me as a woman that person I you know I feel that it's really important that as we think about gender that we think about and I've said this one hundred times before before we think about all of us are not some of us to move this agenda forward. I also failed that if the gender agenda continues to support one group of women over another group of women than we haven't really been successful for all of us is for all of us yeah that's very important inside thought you were on the twenty seventeen palace of Britain's most influential people of African and African Caribbean heritage. I'm sure ooh that was an accolade for you. That's fantastic but looking at least slight that and thinking about your own journey in what ways would you say. Oh you've encountered discrimination in your life where that space stone gender or based on ethnicity how would how would you see that personally and what do you say two young people who would have seen that. Palestinian nephew you as a role model about how they should be dealing with issues in their lives. I could honestly say I can't remember very many times in my career. I've actually encountered direct discrimination. They may well have been indirect discrimination that I'm aware of but certainly direct discrimination. I honestly can't think of very many times that that's happened. I do recall one time where I was was. This was many years ago and one of my early jobs and I went in to ask for pay increase because I thought I deserved a pay increase for what I had been doing and my manager saying to me at the time we'll Pamela. Your husband has a really great job. Why would you want to pay increase. See your husband's really well remunerated. We happen to be working at the same company at the time I I still can't even find the words to me. I mean it was just just shocking and I that is one of very few examples that I can think of over my career where I have personally suffered direct discrimination. I think thank occasionally there have been times where people have made thump shins about me based on what they see what they think and stereotyping but I think as I've gotten older. I think that happens less and less. I think has your coming up through your career. As as I was coming up through my career I tried very hard to make sure that I wasn't seen as a stereotype fat. I worked very hard to be the complete opposite of any stereotype for people that look like May I think as a result have become successful. I try to be not what people expect me to be equally. I am being who I am. I am being offensive cannot but I try not to be what people expect me to me. So can you describe what sort of steps you've taken to not be the stereotype it's funny when I first came into the workplace ice that remember I've grown up in a very eclectic mix of Cultures Kuta Bat from all of them and I think over one of the dominant characteristics coming coming from a family that is traditionally west from the Caribbean is that we do tend to be quite loud and very kind of you know exuberant and strong and I'm very used to being at home with my family. Oh my parents and I think anybody who would look inside and watch this. Having a conversation at dinner might think that we all shopping each other and not getting on for that. She just just the way we all spoke to each other and I remember starting in the workplace and bringing all of the energy into the workplace and just not landing in the same way. I'm very quickly recognizing the whilst it was important to be authentic because I recognize weaknesses. Nobody like me and that's important that I had to be authentic with skill and I think that was the thing that's kind of. I've led with us. I've come up through my career which riches it's important to be yourself but to know that you have to do it skillfully and you have to know the nuances and the protocols and organizations and navigate those skillfully. I still be who you are and I think that's kind of what I've been doing. Really is. I am still quite loud and confident and speak my mind I'm just conscious of how I do that. In a way that is palatable only within the organization but the people that I meet every day who again are all coming from a different cultural context so many people have said to me that I took a lot about authenticity and I do but as I say to most people it's about doing it skillfully which is important during this time of being a diversity inclusion leader. You've also brought up your family family. You've got kids had that all work for you trying to put together a family life caring for children as well as such a high-powered corporate corporate career easily..
"hutchinson" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"You are listening to episode number to sixteen, and my guest today is Landon Hutchinson, which people have been like, what are you? Gonna have landed on your show when you gonna have landed on your show. So we took ourselves to Nashville and sat down with Landon and had one of the best girlfriend chats. I've had a really long time on the happy hour. You may know her from living with Landon. It's a life and style website led by landed herself. Basically everyone's best girlfriend. She's white to form. NFL football player, Steve Hutchinson, and mom of two. She loves helping women and that started when she was posting on her blog, her favorite recipes, her home decor tips. Best price, white t shirt that she found. And now she has living with Landon. We talk about how it went from a hobby to a fulltime job, why she loves helping women the importance of her family life and how I ended up with a razor to my face the night before we met. I am not even kidding you guys. I shaved my face because Lindsey told me too because Lleida told Lindsey to y'all. The conversation is so fun today, lighthearted, and I hope leaves you feeling like you just had some good. Oh, girl, Tom, talk before we jump into the show friends. I want to ask you if you'll do me a favor over on Facebook. I'm planning to be hosting more conversations around the happier each week. We go like and follow Jamie Ivy on Facebook. It would be so great to chat with you all and it'll be easiest to share with your friends. The happy, our guest, you love listening to each week. Let's become Facebook official. You guys also November second is are very. Abundance women event in Portland, Oregon lifeway women has put these on throughout the year. I have loved being a part of them in this one is our last one. So if you live close to Portland, I would love to see you and how your neck. You can find more information about how to get tickets over on the show notes are at my friends..
"hutchinson" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Welcome to the business builders show with martin wolf the show for entrepreneurs business owners and business leaders i marty wolf your host for the business builders show along with my executive producer dc taylor we will be your guides i miss learning journey let me tell you my super objective in being with you today i want to lose iast share stories and information to inspire leaders so they can inspire others i'm proud to let you know rerecord the business builders show and the studios of ninety four three fm the talker which is part of bull goal media and we are in scranton pennsylvania the business builders shows distributed by c suite radio you can find our show and many other fine shows at c dash sweet radio dot com various podcast is a part of the c suite radio network for more top business podcasts visit c suite radio dot com my special guest today is alex hutchinson hi how are you sir good thanks for having me on marty i'm thrilled you're here alex wrote a great book the title of the book is endure mind embody and the curiously elastic limits of human performance let me say this alex for you and for our audience this is one of the best researched best written books i have read in a long time so congratulations and i'm saying that because i normally don't read a long introduction but i'm going to do that audience folks because they think it's important for you to grasp who alex is and now that will come through as as we talk alex hutchinson phd is a columnist for outside magazine and was a longtime columnist for runner's world a national magazine award winner his regular contributor to the new yorker online and pens a biweekly.
"hutchinson" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Brightest bulb in the drawer there are some things i just don't understand what is going on with our states cooperation with a federal obama care program and how would you handle that differently as easily they changed the name of it all the time well because if you change the name somehow that that the dirty laundry that's attached to it it it name at something else than you can pretend like that all that didn't happen you know we we made a mistake initially under the bb administration by getting involved in socialized medicine that was our first mistake within the governor governor hutchinson was warned that expanding medicare was not the solution that we should take i mean that is not what republicans do we don't expand medicare we don't expand government and we certainly don't support socialized medicine so they you know he he took the plunge anyway and what is made so many citizens angry is that many legislators ran on the promise republicans ran on the promise legislator rental promise that they would not support expanding medicaid and yet they turnaround was they were elected and did it and the only explanation to the people as well you just you'd have to be there you just don't know the facts will the facts are that governor asa hutchinson twisted arms and uh i just wish there legislators had had a little more backbone now we have a mess on our hands i do know that a bill that was presented by dan sullivan represented an sullivan is the first step toward fixing this problem if i'm elected governor we are inheriting a mess but the best way to start digging a progressive hole is to stop digging so the way we stop the you're getting deeper in debt and the the the financial mess that we're getting it as a result of arkansas works is to stop letting people in role and represented an solvants bill will stop in rome at i think july 18th is the last you can a roll then you can start working on but once you have the government once the government gives people something you can't just yank it.
"hutchinson" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"The school was getting in the way of me having his best times avocado so it really kenna i never threw myself at the must study plinking away i encourage my kids to on i didn't do that amid high led parents let me get on with it yana if they went to two pairs evening and they have all the teachers i mean i was cold but the call me hutchinson as a chancer a chance i shall answer on such teacher was not yeah he's flippant and he's a chancer and my mother came back to may not meet at of the kitchen table that may what is going on quotas gurusinha another not get a summed up my school life but ecomog out yet another right yeah we'll idea david david of loath made have been a better student of love mitty of color rico levels y apparently ah this was my tom another category will mayor there were heated adding what does he not too he did everything he started his working life as a lemonade to eliminate graduated ice cream then he was a gravedigger for the local council have you come from ice cream to grave digging he just took what ever came along murnau's it's was this was the '60s era in strahan right so fair quite per and you did anything could get he then got himself a corner shop in dairy right this was the sort of in in the late '60s but at a bit of a hit a bit of a problem with the old that mil gaggle memorize oh so it can a drink at all away about he got off the bones of entschlie ah and got a steady job in the spin winding nylon factory an entrepreneur slick new abs in utah say molioo returns in the area with all the new industry he got a job there and he worked in the factor that created shack pile carpet rene yeah and then he did that for like from six t it until eighty three a yellow on like him who would then the job would go so.
"hutchinson" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Also wise if you call it a ford dot one who equally the ice fine the you download and subscribe allows now that you're enjoying that allows now viewed on china it's it's fine either why on which is thrilled that we could davis and your hair walked out one more thing i january the 30th ripe i've been us to go on bbc radio five live wave phil williams at eleven thirty p m to took about the podcast on i'm sure we'll talk while other things as well so if you can listen to eleven thirty thirty th john bbc radio five live with phil williams or you can catch it on the bbc radio i playa enough of this blather i'm so sorry this is a long intro producer grefe i think we should get onto it this is episode twenty seven wave loyd hutchinson sorry wobble want the public with a with a i should tell you we recorded this in soho we had two points of guinness one h instead of apartheid because it was our last recalled just before christmas i iisn't really special episode i really hope you enjoy it i'll see you at the end will have a short break okay please growth please play the music as of it but it home that role gripe mud the eye hobbies gored rijali scott dyspraxia dyspraxia ocalam has not yet so would just dumb he's got his eye test next week we've got to pay for it looks deeper and uh so we'll just with any problems the right who's tends to add words when he's read an era the all now only for abandoning oh not that correct at please regan's through the roof painted hitches nick brings ifad's alert adult though a we roman blocking the see that say here is not to make get.
"hutchinson" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Hello how you doing i'm quite parkinson you are listening to the tooshort pulled costs it yourself down public how long will a mix shot using the this wait a minute telling them right now of uh no uh how the devil all yet you had a good week a bad week low come no anomalies johnny or a and it's cold hits war and people miserable but look in about weaken hoff's time it's going to be february a nn weaken can radi start a year boat let's stop things on a more positive note today because it's thursday it's episode twenty seven and we are joined by the brilliant lloyd hutchinson it's a really fantastic chat i think he can unlock it more in a second i do want to say thanks so much for your emails and you'll messages no tweets about poppy mila apps twenty 26 last week and a massive thanks to poppy for making time when she was really busy packing open move into new york to star russel's fall harry potter on the coast child and yes we are and a check back in with poppy over skype in a few months time just to see how she's going on he should be ready interest in and thanks again the poppy what out of this where he eight was oscar nominations time which is always interesting but this year thrilled that homegrown talent is being recognised and they're ready should be one nine on everybody's lips and that is the phenomenal daniel colo forgets how best actor nomination get in i am really shelf to pitch would i am also made up for saudi hawkins for the shape of water and of course it was given it was going to happen but i'm really really great each of tibet's four martin madonna for three billboards as well and speaking of martin.